Rhonda Ellen Feller

Rhonda Ellen Feller

Rhonda Ellen Feller

March 10, 1957~June 25, 2024

Rhonda Ellen Feller, age 67, passed away peacefully at her home in Crestview, Florida on June 25th, 2024. Born March 10th, 1957, in Montgomery, Alabama, Rhonda was the beloved wife of Edmund Feller of Crestview, FL. They married on July 12th, 1975, at Our Lady of Lord’s Church in Montclair, CA, where their enduring love story began.

Rhonda’s life was marked by her dedication to family and community. As a military wife, she accompanied Ed during his service in the Navy, residing in various locations including San Diego, Honolulu, San Francisco, Bangor, WA, and Groton, CT, before settling in Bangor, WA, where Ed retired. Rhonda was appointed as Ombudsman by the commanding officer, serving as a crucial link between military families and command.

After Ed’s military career, they moved to Superior, Wisconsin, and later to Crestview, Florida in 2017. Rhonda was an active advocate in sports, passionately involved in both youth and adult leagues. She excelled in softball and bowling, achieving a perfect 300 game and winning the Women’s Rose Bowl at Landmark Lanes, Superior, WI, in 2012. Rhonda and Ed founded the youth bowling league on Bangor Naval Submarine Base and were dedicated members of the bowling association.

Rhonda’s vibrant spirit and love for adventure were evident in her enthusiasm for road trips and exploring new activities. She cherished time spent with her family, passing on her love for sports and baking to her children and grandchildren.

Rhonda is survived by her husband Edmund Feller; children Edmund Jr. (Jenifer) Feller of Duluth, MN, Nicholas (Drew) Feller of Dayton, OH, Rebecca Feller of Crestview, FL, Tracy (Patrick) Cronin of Crestview, FL, and former daughter-in-law Renee Anderson of Mason, WI; grandchildren Andrew, Justine, Carlie, Alexandra, Ashton, Jamison, Landon, Kaleb, Ellenore, Jessica, Nathanial, and Jacob; brothers Gordon Morris of Berkley, MA, and sisters Donna Cederlind of San Bernardino, CA, and Jamie Sanders of Las Vegas, NV.

She was preceded in death by her parents James and Lula Lynn, sisters Pam Evans and Wanda “Chris” Holden, and brothers Johnnie Morris and David Morris.

Rhonda’s legacy of love, strength, and community spirit will be cherished by all who knew her.

You can share memories and offer condolences at brackneyfuneralservice.com

Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview, is entrusted with arrangements.


Rosa Esquivel

June 28, 2024, 8:49 pm

Hello Nick, it’s been a while since we’ve seen each other but just so you know I think of you quite often. Please accept my deepest sympathy to you and the family. I am truly sorry about your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you all 🙏❤️

Dianne Mencel

June 28, 2024, 8:55 pm

Rhonda would help us at the bowling alley in Superior when the kids were young. She loved bowling and watching the kids. She would come up to the desk and always have great stories about her past experiences with bowling. She was a great woman and missed her when she moved.

Kevin D Evans

June 28, 2024, 9:59 pm

Rhonda, Requiescat en Pace. l, Kevin

Marcy feller

June 29, 2024, 2:23 am

Rhonda was my sister-in-law but time and distance prevented us from getting to know each other well. One memory I have is getting our ears pierced together when they passed through Iowa on their way to somewhere else. Love and prayers to Ed and the rest of the family. Marcy feller

Kalee cederlind

July 2, 2024, 2:13 am

Auntie Rhonda you were so beyond beautiful and the sweetest soul. I loved getting to FaceTime and call you with my grandma ( your sister) all the time. I will forever miss you and your voice. I will never forgot the trip you made out here with Alex it was beautiful 🤍 you are no longer suffering but you will be missed by all of us including your beloved family. may you rest in peace! Always in our hearts. I love and miss you forever and always xoxo

Sandra V.

July 2, 2024, 1:16 pm

I never had the honor of meeting you but it was like I had, through your daughter Tracy. She spoke so highly of you always. She adored you and your love for your kids and grandkids, everything you did for them, your strength, bravery and that shoulder to lean on. Tracy, I will be praying for healing over your hearts in the days to come.

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